Littlelamb Reusable Cloth Nappies Reviews
Product Type: Littlelamb baby products
Description:Brand: Littlelamb / Type: Nappies / Cloth nappies.
Newest Review: ... and this put me off a little - however, at the price they were offering along with free postage I decided to trial a ... more
Customer Littlelamb Reusable Cloth Nappies Reviews (3)
by - written on 13/09/11 (Very useful, 79 readings)
When I was pregnant I can't remember thinking too hard about my nappy of choice. I remember talking it over with my husband for all of 5 minutes but it wasn't until my friend (mother of 3) and I were chatting about nappies that I considered going down the reusable route. "It saves money," she told me. "And we've used them full time when we've been strapped for cash." She then let me borrow some terry towelling squares (made up in the old fashioned way of nappy pins and waterproof pants - you can also buy 'nappy nippas' which are non jaggy fastener.) It was when I saw our disposable nappy bill that I considered giving reusable's a ... Read the complete review
by supermum - written on 30/03/11
I have ordered online from them on 4 different occasions and twice the nappies have been delivered the next day and twice after 1 day and its free delivery to mainland uk! The nappies i ordered were 2 bamboo ones, 1 microfibre one and one organic cotton one. All but the cotton one are size 1 and i have been using them since baby was 2 weeks old. Very soft and fluffy and ive used the little lambs wraps with them and never had a leak or even a hint of one. ive heard some people say the wraps are not good but they fit my baby very well. The bamboo ones obviously last longer on baby than the microfibre one as they are more absorbant but its great to have such a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/11/08 (Very useful, 919 readings)
I always wanted to use real nappies with my baby but before I started looking I had no idea how complicated a decision like this could be. A lot of websites / magazines recommended buying just 1 nappy from a range of suppliers and trying them out before making a decision. I thought that this would work out very expensive and I wanted to start as I meant to go on - without letting myself slip into the habit of using disposables. So, I read lots and lots (and lots) of articles and eventually made a decision. I decided to go for a shaped nappy with a separate wrap. I didn't want to use terry squares - baby's dad can't fold a sheet so we both agreed that a ... Read the complete review
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